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How does Bigfoot prepare for a winter storm?

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Red Hook, N.Y. (News10) - We all head to the store when a large storm apporches.  We buy milk, bread and anything else we might need.

But what does the local Bigfoot population do.  I headed over to Hook, Line, and Sinker Bait Shop in Red Hook, New york to talk with Gayle Beatty.  

Gayle is the lead researcher for Bigfoot Reasearchers of the Hudson Valley and she had the answers we were looking for.

https://www.news10.com/news/local-news/how-does-a-sasquatch-prepare-for-a-winter-storm/1711563309

 

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Earl.Of.Trumps

The footprints looked interesting. 

 

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Myles

She says they take shelter in barns, abandoned houses and other places.   Seems that would make them easy to trap.  Or at least find scat and hair. 

While talking about the prints in the snow, she mentions how you can photograph them and measure them but does not mention tracking them.

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Robotic Jew
53 minutes ago, Myles said:

She says they take shelter in barns, abandoned houses and other places.   Seems that would make them easy to trap.  Or at least find scat and hair. 

While talking about the prints in the snow, she mentions how you can photograph them and measure them but does not mention tracking them.

If they're staying in houses then it's obvious they're using the indoor plumbing. 

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the13bats

Another huge hole that bigfoot type creatures even exist

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Resume

But what does the local Bigfoot population do.  I headed over to Hook, Line, and Sinker Bait Shop in Red Hook, New york to talk with Gayle Beatty. 

Hook, line and sinker being the operative phrase here.

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Buzz_Light_Year

Everybody knows they go to Malibu.

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Gaden

Why would they need to prepare for a winter storm, since they are capable of beaming to another dimension?

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Trelane

It's very simple really. It's actually very warm and cozy in people's imaginations.

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Captain Risky
On 2/1/2019 at 2:36 AM, Myles said:

She says they take shelter in barns, abandoned houses and other places.   Seems that would make them easy to trap.  Or at least find scat and hair. 

While talking about the prints in the snow, she mentions how you can photograph them and measure them but does not mention tracking them.

if you notice that bigfoot is camping in your barn this winter Gayle can be contacted and she'll investigate. what a great lady. 

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Captain Risky
On 2/1/2019 at 3:30 AM, Robotic Jew said:

If they're staying in houses then it's obvious they're using the indoor plumbing. 

well a 10 foot hairy monster is gonna bank up that dunny pretty fast. 

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stereologist

It's funny how people assign behavior such as using caves and abandoned houses to bigfoot. They can't provide any evidence BF exists yet they define behavior.

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TonopahRick

Probably go to San Frisco, nobody would notice them there.

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Sir Wearer of Hats
On 01/02/2019 at 3:30 AM, Robotic Jew said:

If they're staying in houses then it's obvious they're using the indoor plumbing. 

There was a TV series called “Sanctuary” where one of the characters was a ‘Squatch with a fascination bordering on the obsession with indoor plumbing and flush sanitation.

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DieChecker
19 hours ago, TonopahRick said:

Probably go to San Frisco, nobody would notice them there.

Plenty of poop on the streets too. So the BF poop will not be noticed.

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DieChecker

BF is migratory?

I'd imagine BF survives the same way the deer, coyotes, cows, bison, elk, goats and such do....

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PrisonerX

There's plenty of food in the region for them. They can easily store various acorns from oaks and hickory tress, for example, as the trees drop thousands. They can pull off bark from dead trees for grubs. There are tons of deer in the region as well, and if coyotes can catch them (and they do) a Sasquatch will have little issue in doing so. They're also adept enough to locate hibernating ground squirrels or other critters, as they've been observed doing just that. Also, like the woman said, the ducks are out all winter. 

They simply bulk up beforehand like any other creature, grow a winter coat, and they're fine. It's not really a mystery how they survive, for anyone who is open minded enough to consider their existence. 

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PrisonerX
On 1/31/2019 at 9:19 AM, Earl.Of.Trumps said:

The footprints looked interesting. 

 

The woman knows what she's talking about with regards to linear tracks and spacing. 

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stereologist
On 2/6/2019 at 10:08 PM, PrisonerX said:

There's plenty of food in the region for them. They can easily store various acorns from oaks and hickory tress, for example, as the trees drop thousands. They can pull off bark from dead trees for grubs. There are tons of deer in the region as well, and if coyotes can catch them (and they do) a Sasquatch will have little issue in doing so. They're also adept enough to locate hibernating ground squirrels or other critters, as they've been observed doing just that. Also, like the woman said, the ducks are out all winter. 

They simply bulk up beforehand like any other creature, grow a winter coat, and they're fine. It's not really a mystery how they survive, for anyone who is open minded enough to consider their existence. 

I suppose that would leave evidence. But it doesn't.

Do acorns drop by the thousands each year?No.

Are standing dead trees covered in bark? Not always.

Tons of deer?

Can imaginary squatch catch deer? I suppose they could catch imaginary deer.

Ducks? Only if the shallow water areas are not frozen.

Too bad not a single squatch has been detected in all of the years. Maybe this group should spend more time getting evidence of existence than making up dumb ass excuses.

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she came to the shocking realization that she is surrounded by the cryptozoological creatures, who have abilities that range from the mythical and magical to the alien and astrological. 

https://www.ruralintelligence.com/community/bigfoot_reserchers_of_the_hudson_valley_find_what_theyre_looking_for

 

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For the past few years the Bigfoot Researchers of the Hudson Valley have been working to prove that not only does Bigfoot reside in the Hudson Valley, but that there is more than one.

http://hudsonvalleycountry.com/possible-bigfoot-sighting-in-rhinebeck/

They have zero evidence of one bigfoot but they are  jumping to more than one. 

As for the rest.. jeeze!  Her obsession  has progressed to fruitcake.

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Habitat

Gayle takes them all into her house, no wonder you people can't find them.

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DieChecker

Just FYI, we have what I think are Eastern White Oak trees in my neighborhood, and they drop so many acorns that the ground, even now, is a solid layer of them. The stupid landscapers keep running the lawnmowers over them, but never rake up the acorns.

If each tree in a forest is dropping acorns like this, I can imagine there will be plenty left for BF to forage, even after squirrels, deer and such eat up some.

white_oak-905F.JPG

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stereologist
5 hours ago, DieChecker said:

Just FYI, we have what I think are Eastern White Oak trees in my neighborhood, and they drop so many acorns that the ground, even now, is a solid layer of them. The stupid landscapers keep running the lawnmowers over them, but never rake up the acorns.

If each tree in a forest is dropping acorns like this, I can imagine there will be plenty left for BF to forage, even after squirrels, deer and such eat up some.

white_oak-905F.JPG

Some year are like that. Other years there will hardly be an acorn. When acorns are not produced we get bears in he town itself as they forage for food that is not available in the forests

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DieChecker
3 minutes ago, stereologist said:

Some year are like that. Other years there will hardly be an acorn. When acorns are not produced we get bears in he town itself as they forage for food that is not available in the forests

That's true enough. 

Seems like every couple years we get Bigfoots reported going near towns also.... :rolleyes:

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stereologist
Just now, DieChecker said:

That's true enough. 

Seems like every couple years we get Bigfoots reported going near towns also.... :rolleyes:

One of the acorns in the photo shows a small hole drilled into it by a beetle.

The acorn crop tells me if there will be bear problems. Acorns are an important food for bears and deer. It affects the survival of the animals if the acorns are not produced.

This article discusses acorn production.

https://pagamecommission.wordpress.com/tag/acorn-production-schedule/

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The best acorn crops seem to follow warm spring weather. Acorns require dry weather for about a week in mid-May when the tree produces pollen. The weather during that week is critical to acorn production. If it is cool and wet during the time of pollen production or if a frost hits the tree after it has produced pollen, it will result in a poor acorn crop that fall. The same weather conditions that influence the white oak group also affect the red oak group. However, the results of the weather are not manifested until about a year and a half later.

Red oaks produce acorns every other year.

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